Array Map Exercises

Use the built-in .map() method on arrays to solve all of these problems

1) Make an array of numbers that are doubles of the first array

function doubleNumbers(arr){

}

doubleNumbers([2, 5, 100]); // [4, 10, 200]  

2) Take an array of numbers and make them strings

function stringItUp(arr){

}

stringItUp([2, 5, 100]); // ["2", "5", "100"]  

3) Make an array of strings of the names

function namesOnly(arr){

}

nameOnly([  
  {
    name: "Angelina Jolie",
    age: 80
  },{
    name: "Eric Jones",
    age: 2
  },{
    name: "Paris Hilton",
    age: 5
  },{
    name: "Kayne West",
    age: 16
  },{
    name: "Bob Ziroll",
    age: 100
  }
]) 
// ["Angelina Jolie", "Eric Jones", "Paris Hilton", "Kayne West", "Bob Ziroll"]

4) Make an array of strings of the names saying whether or not they can go to The Matrix

function thereIsNoSpoon(arr){

}

nameOnly([  
  {
    name: "Angelina Jolie",
    age: 80
  },{
    name: "Eric Jones",
    age: 2
  },{
    name: "Paris Hilton",
    age: 5
  },{
    name: "Kayne West",
    age: 16
  },{
    name: "Bob Ziroll",
    age: 100
  }
]) 
// ["Angelina Jolie can go to The Matrix", 
// "Eric Jones is under age!!", 
// "Paris Hilton is under age!!", 
// "Kayne West is under age!!", 
// "Bob Ziroll can go to The Matrix"]

5) Make an array of the names in H1s, and the ages in H2s

function readyToPutInTheDOM(arr){

}

readyToPutInTheDOM([  
  {
    name: "Angelina Jolie",
    age: 80
  },{
    name: "Eric Jones",
    age: 2
  },{
    name: "Paris Hilton",
    age: 5
  },{
    name: "Kayne West",
    age: 16
  },{
    name: "Bob Ziroll",
    age: 100
  }
]) 
// ["<h1>Angelina Jolie</h1><h2>80</h2>", 
// "<h1>Eric Jones</h1><h2>2</h2>", 
// "<h1>Paris Hilton</h1><h2>5</h2>", 
// "<h1>Kayne West</h1><h2>16</h2>", 
// "<h1>Bob Ziroll</h1><h2>100</h2>"]